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  1. Aircooled Mechanical Tech
    Recently replaced all brake pipes from MC to fronts and rears on '77 bay. Total overhaul of rear brakes inc shoes, cylinders, back plates etc. Cleaned out MC reservoir and all fluid was drained out of the system. Adjusted rears shoes, re-filled header tank with fluid and began bleeding...
  2. Items For Sale - AUTO
    Hi there. I have a brake servo for a mk2 golf going on eBay at the moment. It is brand new and never been touched except to inspect it and take the pictures. I bought it for my mk2 but ended up selling the mk2 off to someone who said they didn't need the servo, so it's just sitting around now...
  3. Aircooled Mechanical Tech
    Just picked up my first camper and found this hiding away in the engine bay. Havent really investigated it but thought I'd throw it out to the experts ;) There's a 3/4" black hose that comes out of the side - you can see where it goes on here. There is a copper pipe that comes out of the end...
  4. Items For Sale - AUTO
    I have a brand new, creative engineering servo kit for a LHD split screen camper for sale. I foolishly ordered this without checking that it is compatible with my Rhd van. Before I could send it back to creative the fitting plate got wet an and developed some surface rust so is not suitable for...
  5. Aircooled Mechanical Tech
    I've just been told by Creative Engineering that I can't use their direct servo with stock drum brakes on my '64 split (LHD). Are their any other options available to upgrade the existing single circuit brakes while keeping 205/5 wide five, at the moment I haven't got a grand of readies for a...
  6. Aircooled Mechanical Tech
    As the title says really, im doing a disc brake conversion to a 1972 1300 beetle and wondered if a servo would be needed for the front disc brakes? If one isn't needed then why not? Surely because the pads are smaller compared to the brake pads in drums there needs to be a greater amount of...
  7. Aircooled Mechanical Tech
    Hi, So the earlier servo isn't available, meaning i either fit the later type or a brazilian one. Which have you fitted and what issue's where there? I understand the late type is a straight fit but its larger diameter could put it close to the handbrake cables? The brazilian one requires new...
  8. Aircooled Mechanical Tech
    I've recently bought a twin carb 1641, my old unit was a single carb 1600, the brake servo pipe used to run from servo to air intake manifold. where is the best place to reconnect the servo pipe on the new twin carb engine, at the moment there is a pipe running from 1 carb to the other. Do I...
  9. Aircooled Mechanical Tech
    Hello, I have got a 73 Bay with STD disc front and drum rear brakes, with no servo. I’m looking at ways to improve the performance of the brakes without breaking the bank. This is a list of options that I have come up with: Do nothing – it’s free but there is a good chance I’ll slam it...
  10. Aircooled Mechanical Tech
    can i just replace my master cylinder on my 1965 splitty with a servo one or is there a lot more to it? :D
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